After seeing the SpiderPro Hand Strap last year at PhotoPlus, I felt like it was probably the best hand strap that I have used with a DSLR. It slides on easy and, more importantly, it stays on with contact points closer to the wrist, rather than the back of your hand.
The SpiderPro Hand Strap was (finally) officially released this week for $65.
It’s a very well-thought-out hand strap. The design is more rigid than other hand straps I have used, which seems to keep the strap in place on the back of your hand. It also works with any tripod plate.
The camera can also be used without putting your hand inside of the strap. While it is rigid, it is also flexible enough at the attachment points to easily push out of the way if needed.
Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Also, this news from Spider Camera reminds me of the cool SpiderPro Memory Card Organizer that was announced alongside the SpiderPro Hand Strap last year. If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s worth checking out too. You can read my SpiderPro Memory Card Organizer Hands-On for more details.